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Opal gets green stamp for carbon balancing

Opal Print has been certified as “carbon balanced” by the World Land Trust (WLT) as it endeavours to offset its emissions with donations to preserve rainforests around the world.

Ultragraph chooses Versafire to attract new business

Marketing services and packaging printer Ultragraph has installed a Heidelberg Versafire CP digital press to increase its competiveness.

A3 hones high-end offering with Versafire buy

A3 Design & Print has installed a new Heidelberg Versafire CP Digital Press, to aid with short-run digital work for high-end design agencies.

Clays ramps up POD capacity with Ricoh European first

St Ives Clays has become the first company in Europe to invest in Ricoh’s Drupa-launched Digital Book Printing Solution.

Capricorn in double Canon purchase

Digital printer Capricorn has invested in a new Canon Varioprint 120 and a second imagePress C800, in a bid to boost production.

Ronset appoints Goodall to help expand wide-format division

Large-format and digital print specialist Ronset has appointed a new sales manager, a move which it hopes will help contribute to a 10% boost in its turnover by the end of this year.

New tech opens up short-run options

What do the London Philharmonic Orchestra (LPO), esoteric football magazine Pickles, and newly married Lydia and Jamie from Sheffield have in common? Answer: they’ve all produced their own newspapers – proper, printed newspapers just like the familiar broadsheets and tabloids found in any newsagents – using the nifty easy-to-use system created by Newspaper Club (

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